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Peter Spencer was born a slave in 1782. He was set free when his master died. He taught many illiterate black people to read and write. In 1813, Spencer established the first independent black church denomination. He died in 1843.
In the early 1800s, Peter Spencer received an education. After this, he taught many people how to read and write. Spencer became a father figure to many black people in the town of Wilmington, Delaware. Spencer later became a religious leader and established the first independent black church denomination, the Union Church of Africans.
Peter Spencer was a very important African American. He taught, helped, and supported many black people in Wilmington, Delaware. He taught many people to read and write at a time when almost no African Americans knew how to. He also left behind a legacy of following his religious beliefs and starting the first African American church denomination.
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